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White Crow Books

Presents

Electronic Contact with the Dead:
What do the Voices Tell Us? is the
culmination of twenty years of
research into Instrumental
Transcommunication (ITC), by
Anabela Cardoso, a career diplomat
and the editor of itcjournal.org.

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Praise for Electronic Contact with the Dead: What do the Voices Tell Us?
"The great, nearly unique virtue of Anabela Cardoso's book is that it tells us who we
really are. Tells us clearly, without bias - tells us the way it is. Because Anabela
knows the way it really is: she has heard it with her own ears. She has no doubt about
it, nor will we doubt it once we read her book with the clear, honest, and open
mindset with which she wrote it.”

~ Ervin Laszlo, P.h.D., author of What is Reality?: The New Map of Cosmos,
Consciousness, and Existence.

"This is a book that needs to be read with an open mind and a critical perspective.
That said, it is extremely well written and I found the book hard to put down once I
had started it.”

~ Stanley Krippner, Ph.D., Co-editor, "Varieties of Anomalous Experience:
Examining the Scientific Evidence."

New Contributors to the ITC Journal

It is a great pleasure to announce the beginning of a new section in this website where we will publish texts by researchers, or just people interested in the subjects we study and love, ITC and others, available for download, free of cost.
We start this section with the thoughts of a young Portuguese author On the Odic Force. Adérito Machado lives in the mountainous region of Portugal, in the town of Fundão and is extremely interested in all anomalous phenomena.
This time he explored the Odic force, or Orgone energy, a concept which has relevance in the field of ITC, according to the next world communicators who informed the Luxembourg operators and Professor Ernst Senkowski about its importance for their work. (See Locher and Harsch (1992), Portuguese edition,  Transcomunicação. São Paulo: Editora Pensamento.

Or:

Harsch and Locher. (1995). French translation : Les Contacts vers l’Au-Delà à l’Aide de Moyens Techniques Existent ! Agnières : Parasciences.
Dear readers, I hope you enjoy Adérito’s writings and invite other readers and collaborators to share their thoughts and opinions with all of us. Thank you.

Anabela Cardoso

Announcement for grant 2019

The Helene Reeder Memorial Fund is pleased to announce the availability of grants for small and medium sized scientific research projects concerning the question of Life after Death.

Grants will be awarded in the range of EUR 500 – 5000 maximum.

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VIDEO SEVEN: CONTACT!

VIDEO SEVEN: CONTACT!

In this new video Anabela Cardoso recaps the main steps to experiment with the EVP (Electronic Voice Phenomenon), namely: 1. Select a quiet place where there are no uncontrolled noises. 2. Select a source of noise; if the operator aims at the DRV (Direct Radio Voices) the obvious choice will be radio noise, preferably in the Short Wave(SW) in a point of the tuning scale where there are no normal radio emissions, between two stations. 3. Sit down and become quiet and relaxed. 4. Record for 10 to 15 minutes and ask questions to your invisible communicators leaving an interval of 1 to 2 minutes between each question. 5. Keep a log of your experiments. 6. Thank your communicators and listen to your playblack preferably next day so that your ears are not tired. She again confirmed that there is no specific protocol for the DRV. Every single ITC operator who receives the DRV has started by the EVP experimentation. Anabela reveals that her Rio do Tempo communicators have told her that they “are endeavouring and working to establish contact with everybody in this [our] world interested in the next world”. To realize this project they need many people to try the contact. Dr Cardoso finishes by playing two different anomalous electronic voices, one recommending her to make contact through the microphone and a spontaneous one which occurred during a telephone conversation with two friends.

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Brief history of the ITC Journal

the year 1999, Anabela Cardoso, involved in Instrumental Transcommunication research since the end of 1997, decided that it was time for her to contribute more decisively to the tremendous endeavour made by her invisible communicators to contact our world by electronic means. READ MORE...

THE ITC JOURNAL 

SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT 

We inform our readers and subscribers that from the beginning of the year 2018, the ITC Journal will be published in a different format. Due to technical difficulties we can no longer assure the publication of the journal in its present form.  Subscriptions and the paper version will be discontinued.

The content of the ITCJ will be published in digital, unscheduled format.  Articles will be available separately at a modest, non-profit price to help maintain the website.

We thank our dear readers for the support you have given the ITC Journal since its foundation and hope to continue deserving your preference for many years to come.

We highly value your friendship!

The Editorial Team, (Anabela Cardoso, Edgar Müller, Uwe Hartmann, Carlos Fernández, Ann Harrison, Yanis Arencibia)

Contact with Another Dimension?

ELECTRONIC VOICES - Contact with Another Dimension?
Author: Anabela Cardoso
Published in the United Kingdom, in 2010, by O Books.

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"Electronic Voices"

Book's CD "Electronic Voices"
This CD contains a sample of the anomalous electronic voices.

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Staff ITC Journal

Anabela Cardoso
Anabela Cardoso
Anabela Cardoso
Director/Editor

Dr. Anabela Cardoso

Licentiate in Germanic Philology, Faculty of Letters, Lisbon University...
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Edgar Müller
Deputy Director

Born in Budapest, Hungary, Edgar moved to Sweden, Stockholm 1957 where he lives with his wife...
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Uwe Hartmann
Associate Editor

Uwe Hartmann studied physics at the University of Rostock in Germany. He works in the field...
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Ann Harrison
Production Editor

Ann Harrison originally trained in Pharmacy before taking a degree in Education at the University of Wales.
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Carlos Fernández
TECHNICAL EDITOR

Carlos Gabriel Fernández was born in Buenos Aires in 1965 and studied Electronics in the National Technological...
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